How to get there:
The mountain summit is located at 76.26.942 north, 26.19.827 west.
This is a GPS measurement at the summit. Route description:
The only good route is to ski north-west between this mountain
and Falkoner Klippen (to the north), passing two small nunataks (north)
and then ascending the north-west ridge from the north. This ridge
can be followed, first on rock later on snow until it widens and
connects with the main summit face sloping gently Comments:
The ascent on May 28. 2000 was a first ascent. A cairn was built
at the summit. My ski tour around the the north side of Helgoland on
May 23rd. is
the farthest north I have ever skied (or hiked for that matter).
Helgoland as seen from the
east, Falkonerklippen behind.
Helgoland north side, the upper
distinct rockbands look similar to the north face of Kerberus.
Helgoland west side, the
(south)-west ridge is the best approach.